Another couple of new coffees are in:

Originating Countries for current Artistry Coffee Beans

We have 2 new coffees just in, as well as some new roasts of coffees that we have stocked for a while.

The new Blanca Rosa Melgar is another Honduran coffee again contributing 50p from each bag to the Honduran Relief Fund – helping the areas hit by storms Eta and Iota in November 2020. The taste notes of these beans are for cherry liqueur, pomegrante and cacao – so something a little different perhaps! The coffee is sourced from a 6 hectare farm at 1250 meters in the mountainous Celaque area to the west of the country. Named after the farm owner, this coffee is farmed organically as Blanca and her husband Arturo refuse to apply chemicals to the land.

Our other new coffee is La Naranja from Peru. It originates from 3 small farms in the northern Andes region of Cajamarca, Peru – careful farming methods are used to encourage the quality and yield of the crops. This coffee is from c1800 meters and has taste notes of green apple, raisin, and clove.

At Artistry Coffee we offer multi-buy discounts when you purchase more than one bag, and we reduce the prices on older roasts too.

We have coffee beans – or ground coffee – available.

Currently there are single-origin coffees from Peru, Ecuador, Honduras, Colombia, Ethiopia, and Guatemala. As well as our regular Aylesbury Blend.

The story of the Redemption Roasters project underpins all our coffees.
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Artistry Coffee Origins

Originating Countries for current Artistry Coffee Beans

Our Fiallos coffee from Honduras has the story of a man who gradually saved enough money to buy a small parcel of land to grow coffee, and has managed to add other parcels of land to eventually create a viable buisness. He now also advises and assists other coffee producers. With each bag of Fiallos coffee, 50p goes to the Honduran Relief fund helping with the aftermath of the Nov 2020 storms.

Another coffee is Altos De Saraguallas from Ecuador – which is produced by a collective of smallholders in the Loja region of Ecuador.  See if you detect the taste notes of Glace Cherries, Cantaloupe, Lemon Drops.

Our coffee pricing offers multi-buy discounts when you purchase more than one bag, and we discount older roasts. So if we have some spare bags from a previous roast you can choose to buy the most recent roast, or a previous roast at a discount.

We have coffee beans – or ground coffee bags – available.

The story of the Redemption Roasters project underpins all our coffees.

Hario’s Drip In Server could be one of the best value handbrew coffee products

Hario Drip In Coffee Server

The Drip-In Server from Hario is a great combination item – it is a drip filter coffee maker, it is a coffee server too – stylishly serving up your favourite beverage! You can also use it for Cold Brew coffee.

If you’ve heard of the lovely classic Chemex pour-over coffee maker, we think of this as a value version – but it’s still quality as it’s made by Hario and has good pedigree as part of the V60 family of products.

As a glass serving jug with cup measures on the side, the Hario Drip-In Server looks good and sits well on a coffee or dining table.

This device can also make your coffee too – using the drip-filter method with ground coffee placed in V60 filters, of 02 size, in a plastic removable V60 frame which rests on the top of the glass server jug. Hot water is then poured-over the coffee grounds at a slow pace – first allowing the coffee to swell (or bloom) and then refilling the V60 frame and allowing the coffee to slowly drip through.

A plastic lid helps the brewing process and a stylish black handle robustly adorns the side of the server.

The Hario Drip-In Server is also great for pour-over-ice coffee making – to the process described above but with ice already placed in the jug – which the coffee pours over, cooling as it goes.

This device from the Hario V60 family is a really versatile coffee maker. If you also consider its the equivalent of a Range Server with a V60 drip filter in-built and it can serve 4 people easily you can see why we think it’s one of the best value handbrew coffee devices.

You can also find it featured as a key part of the Artistry Coffee The Drip Filter Kit.

Colour, design, and an expression of ecofriendly individuality.

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The ecoffee story could be one of colour, of design, of environmental concern, of practicality, of individuality. In fact it’s all of these.

The wide range of patterns and designs make the ecoffee cup a colourful attractive cup which can be a little expression of individuality every time you have a coffee.

The ecoffee cups available at artistrycoffee.co.uk are reusable takeaway coffee cups. They could give you a discount on your next takeaway coffee from your favourite coffee shop as increasing numbers are offering discounts if you use your own cup rather than a throwaway cup. So everytime you use your own cup you could be making a positive difference to both your wallet and the environment.

The problem with a lot of own cups is that they can affect the taste – giving a hint of plastic or metallic taste – or are heavy (ceramic cups). The ecoffee cup is light and durable, yet has none of these taste effects as it is naturally sterile bamboo fibre.

The problem of waste from takeaway cups has now reached the news headlines on more than one occasion and the government is considering a surcharge on their use, so the ecoffee cup can represent your own response to this issue. A thin plastic coating is present in most takeaway cups, which is very difficult to separate in normal recycling operations, so the sad story is that despite most of us thinking for many years that we were recycling – we weren’t! The cups have generally ended up in landfill. Using your own cup puts you in control and ensures you’re not contributing negatively to this issue.

The ecoffee cup is made from naturally organic bamboo fibre combined with a non-GMO corn starch and a resin binder. The lid and sleeve are food grade silicone. Bamboo is fast growing, quickly renewable and sustainable. It doesn’t require any pesticides or chemicals and absorbs a third more CO2 than an equivalent area of hardwood trees.

An ecoffee cup can last indefinitely if you take care of it, but the cup is naturally biodegradable at the end of its lifetime and the silicone lid and sleeve recyclable with kerbside recycling.

It’s not insulated, but will keep a drink warmer for longer than a takeaway cup.

The ecoffee cup is suitable for vegans as it contains no tallow or other animal products.

So why not take a look at the fabulous range of ecoffee cups at artistrycoffee.co.uk and see what suits your style!